This is a great, long route. The start is high quality 5.8 to 5.9 climbing with really pleasant liebacking up some huge flakes. I found that the route has two distinct cruxes. The first involves some creative offwidth climbing through a very narrow dihedral. The second is the last 15 feet of the route and requires a few bouldery moves using the crack splitting the middle of a beautiful dihedral and an arete off to the right with precise footwork.
For the lead, I broke the route into two pitches after running out of gear to protect the final crux. I belayed at the base of the offwidth leading to the final crux.
Protection: Doubles of mid-range cams. A #4 is helpful. Other than that, a standard rack is sufficient. Off-width pro is not necessary.
I agree, Bryan your description sounds awful like Scars and Tripes and the picture looks like the top of Scars and Tripes as well (compare the boulders at the bottom). Travis -- thanks for pointing this out.